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Thanks for your question and glad to hear you have the orders. Does viber offer"message read" confirmation? Did the court approve a search and locate application?
Have you tried calling or texting her asking her to check her email?
I think for the time-being this is all you can do unless you are able to find where she is living to personally serve her.
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Can you please attach the order using the paperclip icon so I can consider the contents?
I have considered the court order and it has a penal notice attached. This means you can apply to court for committal proceedings and the court will consider what sanctions to issue against her, which could include a fine or imprisonment. I note that you already have solicitors instructed that are stated in the Order and I would suggest you speak to them about pursuing such an application.
You should really be speaking to your solicitors about this given you are instructing them and I do not want to overstep on their advice and representation, but given the non-compliance and the penal notice attached you should be considering applying for committal (ie. implementing the penal notice).
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You should still attend the hearing and the judge will decide what sanctions to make if she does not attend.
Thanks. She will need to be served with this application and you may want to consider a specific issue order regarding the school - she cannot unilateral decide to change schools as you have parental responsibility
Thanks. You will appreciate that the information you are receiving here is more general, whereas the solicitors who are representing you have the benefit of seeing all the papers and sitting down with you to take your detailed instructions and advise you on the options.